Question about 2005 Lexus ES330
The fuses are ok. There are power that I can hear the clink sound. The question is how to test it in order to replace the switch or the motor? It is knid of odd because the windows were hardly been used. They went out within 5 months apart.
Sounds like the glass, or motor, may be stuck from lack of use. Try having the key, or car, on while sitting in the back seat. With the door open, hold the window switch in the down position and close the door kind of hard. ( I don't want to say slam the door, but that's pretty much what you should try). If the glass doesn't come loose, you may need to have it checked out by a technician. The rear windows are known to stick on this model/year, and Lexus did have a service bulletin about it. However, it may also be that the door ECU's are faulty.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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